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Interview with Dr. Gordon Woo

If you want to avoid terrorists, avoid five star hotels. So says Dr. Gordon Woo, this week's guest on the FIRE podcast. Dr. Woo talks with host Arin Greenwood about his work as a catastrophe risk consultant and chief architect for the RMS Terrorism Model, and where he stays when he travels to Bali.

Why the Federal Reserve Should Tell Us Where Our Money Has Gone

Bill Wilson runs Americans for Limited Government and sees a connection between limited government and open government. These days the Federal Reserve is going to great lengths to oppose open government, at least as it would apply to the Federal Reserve's use of trillions of dollars it has loaned to . . . no one outside the Federal Reserve knows. Wilson tells why we should know.

Rand Paul on federal meddling in education

School Reform News Managing Editor Ben Boychuk, along with Heartland Institute research fellow Ben Domenech, discuss federal education policy and federalism with Rand Paul, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Kentucky.

Negative Consequences of Medicaid

The Heartland Institute's Ben Domenech weighs in on the latest reports regarding Medicaid and its negative consequences for its Patients

Interview with Sam Yagan

Sam Yagan, founder of the online dating site OkCupid, is on the FIRE podcast this week, to talk with host Arin Greenwood about online dating fraud and what math can teach about matchmaking.

Roy Codato: Extending Sales Taxes to Services

Roy Cordato of the John Locke Foundation in North Carolina joins us to discuss applying sales taxes to services and explains how to tell the difference between doing this as a part of tax reform versus doing this as just another money grab.
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